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digital cam is way beta then n fone cam. lol by a mile

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  • 2008-10-04 12:47
  • NHUD
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> In reply to Anonymous @ from HHHH - click to read50 euros

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  • 2008-10-04 12:45
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2008-10-04 11:52 from 4TAq - click to readYeah, but an office would be doing it from a PC, and nobody who needs a business phone is seriously gonna consider the iPhone. And Apple didn't start ANY trend. Contrary to popular belief, they were not the first manufacturer to include touch screen. They were not even the first to offer full touch phones. The only trend they're leading is the trend of releasing overhyped trash. And as for calling the other companies wannabes - what's wrong with you? Apples competition have far more experience in the mobile phone industry and no handset in history has caused as much controversy as the iPhone. Where are YOU getting YOUR facts...?

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  • 2008-10-04 12:44
  • Sjdx
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Dont talk crap how can a phone camera be better than a Dig Camera

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  • 2008-10-04 12:42
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Its so amazaing......nokia beats pocket pc and iphone in da first shot...............



u rock nokia!!!!11111

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  • 2008-10-04 12:41
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2008-10-04 11:52 from 4TAq - click to readHow many people actually communicate with 50 people at a go? Not everyone communicates with a dozen people at a go. Furthermore e-mail is only good for regions with internet. Many places still do not have access to internet (sounds shocking, but is true). Thats why calling and Messaging are more popular.
And about the phone cameras, some of them are so good they have actually challenged some digital cameras. Check the n95 review on this site.

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  • 2008-10-04 12:32
  • M@T2
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> In reply to Anonymous @ from HHHH - click to read4 ya info dats hw i type in short

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  • 2008-10-04 12:26
  • NHUD
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> In reply to Anonymous @ from HHHH - click to readTarget price is 279 euros for the EU release, will likely be around $200-$250 when it hits the US.

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  • 2008-10-04 12:25
  • Ydk3
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2008-10-04 12:13 from Ydk3 - click to readn so is digital cameras getn beta n beta

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  • 2008-10-04 12:20
  • NHUD
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i need 2 hav dis fone right now!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 2008-10-04 12:17
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2008-10-04 11:57 from NHUD - click to readPhone cameras are getting better and better all the time, I don't see why you are saying they suck so much. The camera quality of the N95 rivals that of equally specced cameras.

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  • 2008-10-04 12:13
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2008-10-04 11:44 from 4TAq - click to readDude, i dont know if you know this, but 5800xm supports e-mail as well. Your in US? Well, if you were to look at countries outside your region, they use mms and bluetooth more than 3g or wi-fi. 5800xm has all these communication options. Furthermore, people use bt mostly to share files amongst themselves and this alone has gained some serious popularity. Most people dont go the extra step to buy BT headsets. And about firmware upgrades, all symbian phones after the n78 come with an over the air firmware update option already embedded in the phone. The 5800xm is just the same. Its just a click away and theres no need to go to a web site or customer care centre. It doesnt get any simpler than that, does it?

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  • 2008-10-04 12:08
  • M@T2
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its a nice phone.. sexy look i will buy it when its released.

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  • 2008-10-04 11:59
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even if they hav 20mp on a fone it stil wont b beta then a digital cam. lol 3mp is gud enough on a fone bt if u realy lyk takin fotos lol for god sake buy digital cam.

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  • 2008-10-04 11:57
  • NHUD
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i m happy with my O2 XDA Atom Life.... it rocks... the performance is outstanding...

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  • 2008-10-04 11:54
  • 2@rU
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I'm actually using and HTC k-jam and i have never use before Nokia because they don't have touch screen but this phone here is fully satisfying my wills.
I wish i could get it soon even though it is not sold everywhere ,i guess only in the US for now.
I prefer it to iphone,has much more function than iphone.
Long life for this phone.So Nokia promote it well all comes with much advertizings .

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  • 2008-10-04 11:53
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> In reply to Power7 @ 2008-10-04 11:24 from MsNF - click to readTo power7.

My gosh. Are you serious in saying that MMS is more important and helpful than email? How long does it take you to MMS 20 files to 50 people in 10 different countries? Also how much would that cost you? An office can survice without MMS, but it cannot without email. Email is still the standard media in sending files. So I don't know where you got your facts from, lol.

You may also want to think again of what Apple's next move will be =) They started this trend and leading it. I don't think they'll just sit there and do nothing while these wannabes are trying so hard to chase the after them.

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  • 2008-10-04 11:52
  • 4TAq
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why mess up fighting about phones?,, better read first the phones' specifications and features before talking blablabla.. all phones nowadays is great.. as long as it's original and not made in CHINA!! ahahha..

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  • 2008-10-04 11:47
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> In reply to Anonymous @ 2008-10-04 11:12 from p$Kx - click to readAll phones get some upgrades. I know that. But it is not as organized, systematic and as easy as the iphone's. Some phones get its updates from developers from who knows where. Sometimes they would have to hunt those updates down by visiting several websites, unlike Apple that all you have to do is hook it up to itunes. Well here in the US, BT on phones is mostly used in making phone calls and not so much for file sharing, although some people do. It is against the law to drive and be on a phone unless you are using a hands free device. So yes, BT headsets are very popular here in the US. Email is more prominent and more useful globally, especially in business, and especially here in the US. I don't know which remote area of the globe you are from, but as for me, I never had a problem sending an email to any of my friends here in the US and in Asia. Let me ask you this, if you were to chose which feature you would sacrifice and not to use ever again, which one would be it? Email? or BT/MMS? LOL. I hope you choose to sacrifice email, LOL. And let's see how you would BT a file to someone farther than 10 feet from you, LOL. With email, you can be right next to the person, or in a different country, and you can still send the file. BT file transfer is also slow, especially on bigger files. With email, you can send 10 files at the same time, and it's instant. You can email 10 files to 20 people at the same time in different cities. Can your BT do that? So now tell me, which is more important and prominent in sending files? Email or BT/MMS? I will be waiting for your answer.

So there. You admit that camera phones are not as good as digital cameras, so there is no reason why people should make a big deal of the iphones 2mp camera =)

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  • 2008-10-04 11:44
  • 4TAq
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I wait the bigger processor speed at list 600 mhz

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  • 2008-10-04 11:34
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